Yes! We do in fact still produce products for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game :P I know the past few weeks we've focused heavily on some of our lines, but we are still working on and releasing support for all our lines, we were just really excited about vs. Ghosts (now available in PRINT!).
Call to Arms is a book line for players and gamemasters alike. Each book focuses on a different type of item, expanding rules for those items and adding everything from new mundane and magical examples of the item to new character options related to the item. Call to Arms: Societal Masks includes nearly 30 new masks drawn from the rich history of the real world, and an exploration of their role in various intrigues that draw on the newest Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Intrigue rules. Here you’ll find masks inspired by those used in Venice’s carnival, as well as masks used in war (drawn from ancient Romans and Greeks, to historic samurai, to modern-day fighters); in medicine; in entertainment (from masks inspired by Japanese Noh theater, to disguises in pulp and superhero comics, to Mexican wrestling); and in punishment (drawing on historic European terrors like the scold’s bridle and the mask of infamy). In addition, masks are perfectly suited to an intrigue-based game, and this book explores rules in Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Intrigue, presenting a sample masquerade encounter as well as other ways masks may affect similar social adventures.
This book is a follow up by the same author to the earlier Call to Arms: Ceremonial Masks, which also sold well and was about...
Call to Arms is a book line for players and gamemasters alike. Each book focuses on a diff erent type of item, expanding rules for those items and adding everything from new mundane and magical examples of the item to new character opti ons related to the item. Call to Arms: Ceremonial Masks features nearly 30 new masks derived from arcane and divine rituals for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, including examples of intelligent, mythic, and arti fact masks, plus a new archetype, the masked shaman. Drawing on the 9,000-year-old traditi on of masks’ use in real-world religious, spiritual, and magical ceremonies around the world, masks in this book grant the user
CtA Ceremonial Masks includes:
Now, in my mind, the most interesting additions to Call to Arms: Societal Masks are the portions that relate to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Intrigue, like The Masquerade Ball scenario for social combat rules...
But other people, like The Janitor, may be way more excited to see their favorite vigilante get a nod in the artifact section...
Regardless of your interest, there's plenty to see and love. And we have many more Pathfinder-related products coming down the pipe from our Steampunk Musha stuff to Shadows over Vathak: Player's Guide to the just released The Dread Codex: Warlock!